Lip tie is a condition present at birth that can limit an infants ability to feed. Lip tie can often result in an inability to 'latch' properly either to a bottle or nipple, resulting in difficulty feeding.
With lip tie, an unusually short, thick or tight band of tissue (frenulum) tethers the lip to the top of your teeth so it may interfere with breast-feeding.
Our therapy solutions help with pre-frenectomy procedures and post-frenectomy healing. Please schedule some time today to learn more about how we can help avoid bigger feeding and swallowing problems related to lip tie.